Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on January 23, 1946 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR. THE POSTVILLE HERALD. POSTVILLE, IOWA. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2s, m Postville Herald Wm. J. Kllngbelt, Publisher Entered at the Postoffice at Postville, Iowa, as Second Class Matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $2.00 Per Year In Iowa Six Months. $1.50 Three Months, 75e Elsewhere $3.00 Per Year ADVERTISING RATES Display Advertising—Local. 30 cents per inch; Foreign and Transient, 35e Locals and Readers 10c per line Want Ads—lc a Word l25c Minimum) Card of Thanks , 75c Cash with order on all mail orders. No Poetry Accepted. NATIONAL €DITOR!AL_ 'jOSSOCIATION WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 53, 1946. Glenn Olson was in Waterloo on business Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Tindell went to Minneapolis, Minn., on business Sunday. John L. Gregg spent several days last week up in Minneapolis attending the annual convention of the Northwestern Lumber Dealers Association. IRIS Theatre I Postville, Iowa I THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY January 24, 25 and 26 "THE DOLLY SISTERS" —with Betty Grable, June Haver and John Payne In the leading roles Filmed in gorgeous technicolor and produced by the company that gave you "State Fair", "Diamond Horseshoe", "Rosie O' Grady", "Hello, Frisco, Hello" and countless other truly great "musicals." Based on the true life story of the famous Dolly sisters, who were the outstanding musical comedy stars on the stage for many, many years. The picture has everything — it has stage settings that are unsurpassed for beauty—fine music, singing and dancing. Considered by all competent reviewers as the most elaborate of all the Betty Grable films. Doing the biggest business since "Going My Way" and "State Fair." SUNDAY, MONDAY and TUESDAY January 27, 28 and 29 Three Big Days! "ANCHORS AWEIGH" —with Frank Sinatra, Kathryn Grayson, Gene KaUy, Jose Iturbl, and Rags Ragland Filmed in technicolor — and what color. What a film! One hundred and forty minutes of the finest in screen entertainment. It is regretable that "The Dolly Sisters" and "Anchors Aweigh" must come so close together, but there is still a terrific print shortage and we must take these films when they are open for booking. Produced by the company that gave you "Thrill Of A Romance." Five weeks ago at Oelwein they were standing in line at 7:25 o'clock P. M. and on a.-cold Sunday night, too. It has been true — these lines in almost every theater where the film has played. SUNDAY MATINEE AT 2:30 O'CLOCK P. M. NIGHT SHOWS AT 7:00 AND 9:30 P. M. WEDNESDAY January 30 One Night Only! John Wayne In— "STAGE COACH" A Good "Western." ALSO A cute little musical— "RADIO STARS ON PARADE" Wednesday Night is CASH NIGHT! For Sale—Brown suit, size 18; like new. Charles Hoth. Postville.—12c. For Sale—Small portable radio. Inquire of Rose Marie Meyer, Postville, Iowa.—12c. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tyler and son. Warren, spent Sunday among relatives at Altn Vista. Henry M. Sebastian Inst week sold his plumbing and heating business in West Union to Ganske & Schroder. Mr. and Mrs. Orvillc Thompson are the parents of n nine pound son, born to tlicm at Postville hospital Saturday. Mrs. Amelia Hcins. who fell down a flight of stairs at her home Friday, is at Postville hospital for treatment and care. IF YOU HAVE CLEANING AND PRESSING. REMEMBER TO BRING IT TO GORDANIER CLEANERS, POSTVILLE. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lawson and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Lawson were dinner guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Lawson. Edward W. Kozelka went to Chicago Saturday to be in attendance at the annual convention of the National Seed Dealers association. Mrs. Jane DuBuois of Cedar Rapids is spending a few days here in the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Tjaden. William H. Hcin of Valparaiso. Ind., came last week to attend the funeral of his nephew, Harlan Hcin, and returned to his home Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. John Kluss and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Klatt and daughter of Castalia were guests' of Mr. and Mrs. Hclmuth J. Meyer and family on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mohs and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kuphal of Owatonna, Minn., were week end visitors in the home of the Mr. Mohs' mother, Mrs. Anna Mohs. John Eberling and Mrs. John Baethke of Cresco were guests last week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Eberling while here to attend the funeral of Harlan Hein. Another dance sponsored by Postville Lodge. No. "07. I, O. O. F. is booked for Saturday night. February 2. at Memorial Hall. Music will be by Pappy Berg and his famous radio entertainers. Herbert Benson and four children of LaMoille came Saturday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Annie Kerr. Mrs. Benson had been here to assist in the care of her mother the week before she passed away. Petty Officer Duane Peterson, who is home on leave from Navy duty in the Pacific, went to Dcs Moines Saturday for a visit in the home of his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Don Peterson. Thos. J. O'Connor, who with Mrs. O'Connor of Valparaiso, Indiana, spent last winter with Josephine Durno, passed away last Wednesday. He was well known by many Postville residents through his visits here. l_Mrs. C. H. Hale and son, Dick, came Friday night for a two weeks visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Huebner. Dick, who had served in the Pacific area and returned to the states this morUJi^was honorably discharged January 10. '. P. J.'MaHohey of Waukon, chairman and treasurer of the Allamakee county March of Dimes organization, was in Postville Tuesday evening on business. Miss Hattie Weihe of Postville is local chairman of the drive and will receive all donations to this cause. Hugh Shepherd, who has been a patient at Postville Hospital for several weeks, on Sunday was taken by A. C. Webster to the Masonic Sanitarium at Bettendorf where he is now being cared for. Mr. Shepherd for several years lived in the sanitarium before returning here about two years ago. Weekend Specials Jack Sprat Egg Noodles, 8 ounce package for 12c Jack Sprat Pancake Flour, 3 pound package for 18c Jack Sprat Tomato Juice, 46 ounce can for 29c Jack Sprat Blended Juice, 46 bunce can for 54c Jack Sprat Milk, 3 cans for 29c Jack Sprat Macaroni or Spaghetti, 4 pkgs. for 25c Jack Sprat Tomato Soup, 2 cans for 10c Jack Sprat Spinach, 2 large cans.49c Jack Sprat Cake Flour, 44 ounce package for 23c Majorette Coffee, 1 lb. bag 27c Chocolate Cream Coffee, lb. bag..30o Lima Beans, 2 pounds 29o Raisins, Seedless, 2 pounds 28c Fancy Rice, 2 pounds 19c- Fancy Prunes, 2 lb. pkg. 33c Pop Corn, large yellow, 10 ounce package for 18c Drawflcs Wheat Mix, 1% pound package 25c Gerber'g Baby Food, per can. 8c Almond Nuts, per pound 59c CAMPBELL'S SOUPS FRESH FRUITS & VEGETABLES SUGAR BOWL ICE CREAM FRESH OYSTERS FRED J. TH0MA The JACK SPRAT Store Mr. and Mrs. John Brueoknor spent Sunday with relatives in Dyorsvillo. Mrs. Elmer A. Hoth and sons, Charles and John, visited relatives in Decorah on Sunday. A son, weighing seven pounds, was born at Postville hospital Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Russett. The Legion Auxiliary will meet at the home of Mrs. Anna Staadt on Wednesday, January 30, at 2:30 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Reineke. Mrs. Carrie Stromsodt and Miss Bernicc Stromsodt were visitors in Decorah on Saturday; Despite the packing house strike. 54 decks of livestock were shipped out of Postville over the Milwaukee railroad during the pnst week. R. M. Hecker went to Chicago Tuesday to attend n pro-showing for dealers of the new Plymouth automobiles soon to be on the market. J. F. Hart went to McGregor Sunday for a visit to his father and other relatives who had come there from Marion to spend the day. Mr, and Mrs. Lawrence Wclzel were up at Decornh Sunday to attend the dinner and meeting following of the Lutheran Brotherhood insurance eom- tmn> L Ted Anderson and his mother, Mrs. Ida Anderson, were up at Worth ington, Minn,, last week to attend the funeral of the latter's brothar,who hod passed away in his 74th_y«uv ALWAYS A" NICE" STOCK OF MONUMENTS AND MARKERS ON THE FLOOR TO SELECT FROM. THE ROGGENSACK MONUMENT WORKS, WAUKON, IOWA. Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Kugcl and Ruth were Mr. and Mrs. Will Kugcl. Bernadine and Gertrude, and Louise and Harvey Kugcl. Mr. and Mrs. George Schultz and Mrs. John Schultz took Alfred Schultz to La Crosse, Wis., Thursday for an operation in the hospital in that city. Alfred is making satisfactory recovery and is expected to be brought home before long. ^.Joseph B. Steele will go to Waukon nextTSTonday evening to appear as the principal speaker at the Kiwanis Club. His subject will be, "Espionage and Sabotage in World War II." on which he is qualified to speak because of his connection with the FBI until recently. Mr, and Mrs. Malcolm Kerr and two" sons and daughter of Knoxville, Tenn., came Friday to attend the funeral of the former's mother, Mrs. Annie Kerr. Malcolm is a professor in the animal husbandry department at the University of Tennessee. One of the sons. Burton, at present is home on leave after having served in the Navy for some time. A card from Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Meyer reports their safe arrival with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ziemnn in Bellflower, Calif., where the two couples will spend the winter months. Mrs. Meyer writes that they were to attend the "Breakfast in Hollywood" radio show Tuesday and that Mr. and Mrs. Zieman have gone to visit their niece, Mrs. -Bcrnice Gordanier McCaffrey and family/-' Mr. and Mrs. Foster Burroughs and son, John, of Waterloo came last week for a visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ira E. Smith. Foster received his djs- charge from the Army Air Force Ordnance January 5 after serving three years, part of which was in Italy, Egypt and China. He was inducted on his birthday, left the U. S. for overseas on a Christmas Eve, and arrived back in this country on last Christmas Eve. Warren C. Harrington of Waterloo writes, "Thought we would be able to pay our dues this year in person, but it doesn't look that way. So am enclosing order for same. It seems so good to read of the boys returning. Always anxious to get the Herald and keep in touch through it of what is going on in Postville, The meat strike and housing sitlation seem to be the chief topics of conversation at present. Otherwise all Is well." Erving WiUe, who about 50 years ago was employed by R. F. Hecker in the local wagon and woodworking shop and who now lives in Chicago, was a Postville visitor last Friday calling on those of his old acquaintances he could locate. His father was the late Fred Wille of Clermont who was also known to many of our older readers. He was accompanied here Friday by Harley Rittenhouse of Monona, former publisher of the "Leader" in that city. Miss Kathryn Kllngbeil was home from Austin, Minn., over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Truman Ovcrcen and Jock, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Overcen and Janet were at Oelwein Sunday to visit relatives. Harlan Chamberlain came Saturday morning from Cedar Rapids to spend the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Chamberlain. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hinmnn of Davenport spent the week end here in the home of the latter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard A. llammcl. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mohs of Owa- tomta. Minn., and Mrs. Annie Mohs of this city were dinner guests Monday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Block. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Thoma and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bowers were Sunday evening dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Slock in Ludlow township. Wallace Dodge and Mrs. Jay Parsons, brother and sister of the late Mrs. Annie Kerr, came from Newton Friday to be in attendance at the funeral of Mrs. Kerr. Mr. and Mrs. George C. Sebastian, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Ole Anderson of Waukon, were at New Hampton Sunday to visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Anderson. The Odd Fellows will have work in the first degree on Friday evening, with eleven candidates booked to receive enlightenment in the mysteries in that degree. All brethren are invited to attend. Mr. and Mrs. C. Chappetto of New Orleans. La., are visiting relatives here and in the Rossville communities. Mrs. Chappetto is a former resident of Allamakee county and Mrs. Addie Jones of Postville is her aunt. They will leave for their home this week. A letter from Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Humphrey who are at present in Miami Beach. Florida, with their son, Lt. Col. Donald J. Humphrey, says in part, "We had a pleasant trip down here aside from encountering too much rain, and enjoyed it. as it was comfortably warm all the time. They have a grand round of entertainment lined up for us here, so expect to have a'good time." Postville Herald Want Ads last week brought together the owners of overcoats exchanged at a recent shower- dance here. Last week's Herald was I in the mail only a short lime before we got a long distance phone call from Calmar where Dean Kneeskern discovered he had Sidney l.ivingood's | overcoat, and on contacting Sidney the ; exchange was rectified Thursday. Yep, jour Want Ad still bring results. A Food Freezer For Your Home Now Available We have available for immediate delivery several of these much-wanted Home Freezer Cabinets, durably constructed; beautiful in design; dependable and economical to operate. Come in and see us for a demonstration and prices. MEYER'S Four-County Hatchery Telephone No. 234 Postville, Iowa win | At the Elevator •«————__ 1 m | COMING SOON i § ANOTHER CAR of Hall Roberts' Son Postville, Iowa Due to our inability to secure machinery for our rendering plant at the present time, I will start hauling dead or live animals to our Cresco plant at once. This will include old and excess horses for which we will pay Up to *l.25 per 100 pounds WE ARE PAYING NEW HIGHER PRICES FOR DEAD ANIMALS. Drop us a card or telephone us and we will serve you promptly. POSTVILLE RENDERING PLANT Telephone No. 1000 FLOYD BLY, Proprietor Postville, Iowa

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